Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Twilight Tide Pettiskirt GIVEAWAY!!!!

Twilight Tide Pettiskirt GIVEAWAY!!!!

Tracy and her blonde friend

Tracy and I have a long history together. When I moved back to the states, after living in England for many years, she became my first friend at Tennessee Temple High.

I was quite the odd ball and we fit right in together. We definately had our share of laughs. Tracy and I have known each other now for many years...help me Tracy. How long has it been?

I love this girl. She has been a picture of faith, loyalty, love, encouragement,
joy, friendship....not a little, but a lot of everything. She has quite a good family and I miss not seeing them more. She kept in touch with me when I moved back to England. She wrote the longest letters that made me feel closer to home. She stayed in touch during Bible College and just over the last few years, we have stayed in better touch and try and see each other more.
I love you Tracy. You were priceless in my teenage years, you are priceless still. I love you so much. And I truly hope you realize this.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Dave and Sandra Pulsifer- Mom and Dad

This great pictures are from Joyce at http://www.segoviastudio.com/

So I could not do another Tell Them Tuesday without saying something about My mother and father in law, Dave and Sandra. They have been really good to their kids, the sons and daughter in law, and their Grandkids. This has been a hard year for them and they still look for ways to give back to their kids. We just had fun going to the coast with them and eating at Angelos. (got my fix of shrimp!) I appreciate everything they do. Thinking of me in the small and big ways. For instance, I just recieved a cute Raggedy Ann and Andy Christmas ornament from them. They know how much I love those characters and thought enough of me when they saw it, to get it for me. Sandra is willing at any moment to stop what she is doing and help us. From coming over at the drop of a hat because I am flipping out over Elizabeth's high fever, or keeping the kids so I can run into Wal-mart and not go crazy! Dave is always wanting to take us out to eat and bless us however he can. He loves time with his family. So thank you Dave and Sandra, and if I fail to say it enough, we love and appreciate you very much!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Happy Birthday Brian

I get to tell the most important person in my life, on his BIRTHDAY, how much he means to me. Brian is a wonderful husband, father and friend to me and my family. Brian has always made me feel relevant to this family and has supported me in everything I do. He is proud of me and shows it.
I love him for always taking care of us. For never allowing fear to have any place in our home. Be it finances, health or any other issue, when I look to Brian, it calms me. For he walks his life in knowledge, never doing anything without looking for answers. He is not afraid to search and learn. And he always wants to share what he knows and makes me smarter for it.
He is the leader of our home. And he has always done it in love. I have been married for almost 7 years, and my husband has NEVER yelled at me. He is so in love with his girls and they know it. (Anna will know is soon anyways, a little oblivious right now!)
So happy birthday Brian. If you would like to wish him a happy birthday, give him a call!
Now tell someone you love that you appreciate and love them this Tuesday~

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

My First Tuesday

I wanted to start my new tradition with telling the most important influince in my life first, that I appreciate them. My parents have served in ministry and misssions for over 30 years. They have shown such an example of perseverance in faith. Mom and dad love their grandkids, but are faithful to continue serving where they are, even though it means sacrificing the chance to see their 3 granddaughters grow up.

Their ministries have never been mega and never had the 1,000 come to the Lord in one huge swell...but it has been the day to day, minute by minute witness that has always blessed me as their daughter. My mom and dad take every chance..the hitchhiker on the side of the road, the fumbling waitress who needs an ear, the grumpy gas station attendant..knocking on a strangers door and saying "You don't have to come to my church, but I willingly serve and minister to you either way." They continue to share, and continue to call in excitement when just one recieves Christ.

I want them to know that I love them and I love that after so many years, the salvation of a lost person is still the most exciting thing in the world to them. www.donandhelenhughes.blogspot.com

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Tell Them Tuesday

So here is what you do....

How often do you not tell the most important people in your life that you love and appreciate them. Every Tuesday, pick a different person to tell that you love, appreciate or respect them. It can be family, friends or just the coffee lady at the local cafe.

Don't wait until it's too late. Tell them Tuesday.